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JUSTICE TO THE DEAD.

FLINT BOROUGH ELECTION.

LIBERAL MEETING AT HOLYWELL

RAILIVAY ACCIDENT NEAR PRESTATYN.

RHYL POLICE COURT.

OPENING OF THE WESTMINSTER…

RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES.…

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RHYL WINTER GARDENS.

Family Notices

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FUNERAL OF P. ELLIS EYTON,…

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FUNERAL OF P. ELLIS EYTON, ESQ.,M.P. The funeral of the late member for the Flint Boroughs took place on Saturday last. It was not generally known that it was a public one, the invita. tions being given to only a few, or no doubt the at- tendance would have been much larger. The cortege was announced to leave the Hydropathic Establish- ment at 11 o'clock in the morning, but it was nearly 12 o'clock before it started. The following was the order of the procession A deputation from the Rhyl Foresters Club. Rev. J. Thomas and Dr. Lloyd. Friends, three deep J. A. Hughes, Esq.,Wrexham, Chairman of the Firt- shire and Denbighshire Law Association; M. D, Roberts, Esq., Rhyl, Hon See., of ditto. The mace-bearer, with mace (draped in crape) of the Flint Corporation. Alderman Dyson (deputy-mayor). Jas. L. Muspratt, y Esq., J.P., H. Taylor, Esq., (town clerk), Alder- derman Ishmael Jones (representing the Corpora- tion of Flint) and E. K. Muspratt, Esq. Three bearers THE HODY Three bearers First Mourning" Couch: JMrs Charles. Vincent baines, Esq.. Mrs Baines, and Adam Eyton. Esq. Second Mourning Coach: Richard Jones, Esq., (the deceased London agent), Peter Browne, Esq., C.C., Mr Bithel (law clerk), and Mr Snowdon (valet). The Carriage of J. Roberts. Esq., Bryngwenallt, containing Mr Roberts, W. R. Williams, Esq., &c. The Carriage of Lewis Morgau, Esq., containing Mr Morgan, and the Rev. G. A. Butterton, D.D., J.P. The Carriage of Vincent Baines, Esq. Among the invited were Thomas Winston, Esq., W. Pryce Jones, Esq., J.P., Mr Roberts, solicitor, Bangor, Major Penn, &c. There were also in the procession W. E. Snialley, Esq., S. Roose, Esq., 1^1, Plunket, Esq., Messrs Commissioners James Davies. Abel Jones, J. Griffiths, William Reynolds, M, Mr John Divine, Mr Owen Edwards, Mr Williams Gas Office, &c. The interment took place at Llanynys Church, near Ruthin, the friends following the decea8 id as far as the boundary of the township the hearse and mourn- ing coaches proceeded by road through Denbigh, at the latter place the carriages of Dr. Pierce, T. Gold Edwards, Esq., and J. Roberts, Esq., Geinas, joined the procession. The burial service was read by the Rev. E. Mathew Jones, of Llanrhaiadr, who officiated in the place of the vicar. The coffin was of polished oak with brass moun- tings, covered with a magnificent velvet pall; the coffin was made by Mr W. Evans, Wellington Road, and on the lid of it was a magnificent breast-plate bearing the following inscription "P. Ellis Eyton, M.P. Died June 19th, 1878. Aged 52 years." The undertaker was Mr Parry, draper, Tottenham Buildings, High Street, Rhyl, and in the discharge of his duties gave every satisfaction. Upon the coffin were floral crosses and wreaths, two of the latter from the Winter Gardens, worked by Dicken- son. the head gardener; one was also placed on the coffin at Trefnaut by Mrs Lewis, of the Vicarage.

OPENING OF A NEW ORGAN.

THE FLINT BOROUGHS ELECTION.